Court Judgments - April 2008
Sharma v State of Haryana 7/4/2008.
Indian Penal Code, 1860 - section 306 -
conviction under - it cannot be said that the ingredients of Section 306
IPC have been established. Therefore, the conviction as recorded cannot
be maintained. The order of the High Court is set aside. The appellant
be released forthwith unless required in connection with other case.
Narain Singh & others v State of Haryana
Indian Penal Code, 1860 - sections 302 read
section 234 - 323 read with section 34 - conviction under - appellant
Narain Singh - convicted for offence punishable under Section 27 of the
Arms Act, 1959 - challenge in this appeal is to the judgment of the
Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court partly allowing the
appeal filed by the appellants
V.A. Shabeer v P.A. Niamathulla
Kerala Panchayat Raj Act, 1994 -
final Schedule - the candidates who contested the election from Ward
No.2 of Alangad Block Panchayat held on 24th September, 2005. The
appellant was declared elected. The candidate who lost the election
(respondent herein) challenged the election by way of an Election
Petition before the Election Tribunal mainly on two grounds.
Padma Charan Patra v State of Orissa 15/4/2008.
Bail - application for relaxation of the
conditions of bail enforced by order dt.12.5.2006 while granting bail to
the petitioner - some of the co-accused approached the High Court and
obtained bail on the same terms and conditions as was granted by this
Court and subsequently they have also obtained relaxation of the first
two conditions from the High Court - first two conditions relaxed.
State of Uttar Pradesh & others v Anand Singh
B.T.C. Entrance Examination - waiting list
- admission - the stand of the appellant is that waiting list was
prepared according to roll numbers and not as per merit. It has been
stated that respondent had secured 147.64 marks, whereas Dhiraj Kumar
Mishra had secured 159.34 marks.
Surjit Singh v Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd 21/2/2008.
Indian Telegraph Rules - Rule 443 -
telephone line - non-payment of in case of one - disconnection of other
two lines — the appellant and his wife are living together at their
residence in Rajouri Garden, Delhi.
Shiv Prasad with Dr. (Mrs.) Madhu Jain v
Government Of India & others 25/4/2008.
University appointment - selection process
- case of writ-petitioner was considered for the post of Associate
Professor whereas the case of respondent No. 4 was considered for the
post of Assistant Professor. It was only because there was Combined
Cadre of Associate/Assistant Professor that only one of them could be
Suneet Gupta v Anil Triloknath Sharma & others
with Swami Raote & another 28/4/2008.
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 - section 482
- petition under - for quashing First Information Report (FIR) lodged by
the appellant herein for offences punishable under Sections 468, 406
read with 120B of the Indian Penal Code - the High Court was right in
coming to the conclusion that a civil dispute pure and simple - between
the parties was sought to be converted into a criminal offence only by
resorting to pressure tactics and by taking police help which was indeed
abuse of process of law and has been rightly prevented by the High
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